Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital held its annual “Halloween Trick-or-Treat Trail” Thursday for hundreds of children, including current and former patients, and their families and friends.
On Saturday, families in Redwood City were treated to a “Spooktakular” Halloween carnival at the Red Morton Community Center.
From Redwood City to Menlo Park, various cities across the Peninsula celebrated this year’s Halloween holiday on the days leading up to Oct. 31.
They didn’t walk much, but they did it in style. Menlo Park’s families dressed up for Halloween last Saturday and participated in a parade.
Stanford medical student Raymond Tsai has carved intricate jack-o-lanterns every Halloween since 2006. This year, he decided to make his pumpkin a tribute to Steve Jobs.